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Let me put it this way. A bibi is at work, is regularly harassed by this old dude, who one day finally gets in her face and says something about the Guru Sahiban and she slaps him and his weak &lt

https://www.tampabay.com/news/crime/2021/05/25/victim-in-fatal-tampa-dunkin-punch-case-identified/ Different source, interesting   The office of Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warre

Yes because threatening people online and insinuating they should commit suicide is very Sikh of you.  It’s the truth that a lot of our people are actually racist towards other groups all the tim

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26 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

@Jassu

If you don't mind me asking: Does the emerging information about the 'victim' being a convicted pedo change your perception of the matter at all? 

It should not really in the courts. But to us, probably yes. 

@GurjantGnostic you will be aware of Kyle Rittenhouse. 

 

What do you think

 

Rittenhouse attorney wants to show victim was sex offender Conservatives Kyle Rittenhouse Anthony Huber Twitter Madison | The Independent

Rittenhouse attorney wants to show victim was sex offender

Kyle Rittenhouse's attorney wants a judge to allow him to argue that one of the men his client killed during a protest in Wisconsin last year was a sex offender, in hopes of showing the man was trying to steal Rittenhouse's gun because he couldn't possess one

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Tuesday 06 July 2021 19:28

 

Kyle Rittenhouse s attorney wants a judge to allow him to argue that one of the men his client fatally shot during a Wisconsin protest was a sex offender, saying it supports a defense theory that he attacked Rittenhouse and intended to take his gun because he couldn't legally possess one.

Mark Richards maintained in court filings Thursday that Joseph Rosenbaum was convicted of having sex with a minor in Arizona in 2002 and was prohibited from possessing firearms. Rosenbaum started the altercation with Rittenhouse in hopes of making off with his assault-style rifle, which only bolsters Rittenhouse’s self-defense argument, Richards wrote.

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Wow you lot are really mean. It’s funny how Gurjant said if my relatives or grandparents or whatever are covertly racist they also deserve to be beat up, lol. That’s funny AF because you both clown Jatts all day long on the forum and are incredibly casteist YOURSELVES despite being anti-casteist, especially the venomous dallysingh. Practice what you preach.

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48 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

It should not really in the courts. But to us, probably yes. 

@GurjantGnostic you will be aware of Kyle Rittenhouse. 

 

What do you think

 

Rittenhouse attorney wants to show victim was sex offender Conservatives Kyle Rittenhouse Anthony Huber Twitter Madison | The Independent

Rittenhouse attorney wants to show victim was sex offender

Kyle Rittenhouse's attorney wants a judge to allow him to argue that one of the men his client killed during a protest in Wisconsin last year was a sex offender, in hopes of showing the man was trying to steal Rittenhouse's gun because he couldn't possess one

Via AP news wire
Tuesday 06 July 2021 19:28

 

Kyle Rittenhouse s attorney wants a judge to allow him to argue that one of the men his client fatally shot during a Wisconsin protest was a sex offender, saying it supports a defense theory that he attacked Rittenhouse and intended to take his gun because he couldn't legally possess one.

Mark Richards maintained in court filings Thursday that Joseph Rosenbaum was convicted of having sex with a minor in Arizona in 2002 and was prohibited from possessing firearms. Rosenbaum started the altercation with Rittenhouse in hopes of making off with his assault-style rifle, which only bolsters Rittenhouse’s self-defense argument, Richards wrote.

Lol. That dude's a guilty little psycho <banned word filter activated> bag. And his attorney is a clown. Good relevence though. 

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Just now, Jassu said:

Wow you lot are really mean. It’s funny how Gurjant said if my relatives or grandparents or whatever are covertly racist they also deserve to be beat up, lol. That’s funny AF because you both clown Jatts all day long on the forum and are incredibly casteist YOURSELVES despite being anti-casteist, especially the venomous dallysingh. Practice what you preach.

That's the same argument white supremacists use when they get called racist. They say pointing it out is racist. Congrats on batting 1000. 

And I said if they screamed N***** in someone's face they could get slapped too. And I stand by it. 

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3 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

I loved the part where you immediately twisted it into a violent thug viscously pummeling the dude even though that had zero bearing on reality. Showing your own ugly bias. Get the rope ready why don't you?

Yes because threatening people online and insinuating they should commit suicide is very Sikh of you. 

It’s the truth that a lot of our people are actually racist towards other groups all the time. I mean, it’s not overt and they don’t go around hurling racial abuses but there’s still slight racism that exists. Literally everyone knows this. Killing people over racial abuses doesn’t stop racism, people just become scared to overtly be racist. You now have racists who foster these thoughts in their minds more discreetly (which could eventually fester and create something truly ugly). Racism is usually a product of environment and learned behaviour (mostly because of parents and some online outlets where people learn things from). Even small bacche (2-3 years old) prefer children that look like them (there was a study). Get off the high horse and think normally for a second. 

People like YOU will never be a good SIKH no matter how hard you try because you start abusing people online for simply having a different opinion. People who are anti-caste yet go about deriding certain castes IQ and mannerisms all the time. Haha, so very Sikh, innit. Anonymity truly brings out the crazies. 

Stop getting so mad because I had a different opinion. He was an employee. Let’s say I worked at Starbucks and some lowlife came by calling me a slur (such as P*ki), I’d let management handle it. I’m not an absolute idi*t who can’t control herself. (Something which two posters on here have a hard time doing, apparently). 

Do you think white people read this and think ‘WOW, WHAT A BRAVE MAN’ no, they literally don’t care. White people also get bullied in ghetto areas all the time. Corey just ruined his own life because he couldn’t control himself. That’s literally what racists WANT you to do. They HATE when minorities do better than them, they hate when we rise up and become more respected and successful. Being a violent person who ruins his own life isn’t helping anybody, period.

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5 minutes ago, Jassu said:

 

Stop getting so mad because I had a different opinion. He was an employee. Let’s say I worked at Starbucks and some lowlife came by calling me a slur (such as P*ki), I’d let management handle it. I’m not an absolute idi*t who can’t control herself. (Something which two posters on here have a hard time doing, apparently). 

 

Maybe Corey faced 100 similar incidents in his life and stayed quiet (like you suggest), but this one tipped him to react ? 

He would not have had to react if that old man was not racist to him 

But I agree 'racism' is usually ignorance more than anything, and 'racist' people are not necessarily bad. 

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3 minutes ago, Premi5 said:

Maybe Corey faced 100 similar incidents in his life and stayed quiet (like you suggest), but this one tipped him to react ? 

He would not have had to react if that old man was not racist to him 

But I agree 'racism' is usually ignorance more than anything, and 'racist' people are not necessarily bad. 

Yeah but violence is never the solution. If someone cannot control himself then he probably shouldn’t be working a job like that anyway. When whites are the minority in certain places (South Africa for example) they also get treated poorly (iirc the farm murders). Racism isn’t a one way street, it’s a two way street. 

I think the US will be very interesting in the coming decades. Soon whites will be a minority in the US; I wonder how it will look like then?

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1 hour ago, Jassu said:

Yes because threatening people online and insinuating they should commit suicide is very Sikh of you. 

It’s the truth that a lot of our people are actually racist towards other groups all the time. I mean, it’s not overt and they don’t go around hurling racial abuses but there’s still slight racism that exists. Literally everyone knows this. Killing people over racial abuses doesn’t stop racism, people just become scared to overtly be racist. You now have racists who foster these thoughts in their minds more discreetly (which could eventually fester and create something truly ugly). Racism is usually a product of environment and learned behaviour (mostly because of parents and some online outlets where people learn things from). Even small bacche (2-3 years old) prefer children that look like them (there was a study). Get off the high horse and think normally for a second. 

People like YOU will never be a good SIKH no matter how hard you try because you start abusing people online for simply having a different opinion. People who are anti-caste yet go about deriding certain castes IQ and mannerisms all the time. Haha, so very Sikh, innit. Anonymity truly brings out the crazies. 

Stop getting so mad because I had a different opinion. He was an employee. Let’s say I worked at Starbucks and some lowlife came by calling me a slur (such as P*ki), I’d let management handle it. I’m not an absolute idi*t who can’t control herself. (Something which two posters on here have a hard time doing, apparently). 

Do you think white people read this and think ‘WOW, WHAT A BRAVE MAN’ no, they literally don’t care. White people also get bullied in ghetto areas all the time. Corey just ruined his own life because he couldn’t control himself. That’s literally what racists WANT you to do. They HATE when minorities do better than them, they hate when we rise up and become more respected and successful. Being a violent person who ruins his own life isn’t helping anybody, period.

Guru Sahib said “Rangreta Guru Ka Beta”, but we both can see hostilities towards Mazbhai Sikhs within pinds where they are forced out of Gurdwaras by certain people. 

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5 hours ago, Jassu said:

Wow you lot are really mean. It’s funny how Gurjant said if my relatives or grandparents or whatever are covertly racist they also deserve to be beat up, lol. That’s funny AF because you both clown Jatts all day long on the forum and are incredibly casteist YOURSELVES despite being anti-casteist, especially the venomous dallysingh. Practice what you preach.

If the cap fits wear it. 

You know damn well what I say has a point. We can see how people have created a disgusting apartheid system in rural Panjab despite trying to project themselves as the model Sikhs to everyone else. The only people who won't acknowledge it are people who either trying to cover it up, or are in straight denial. 

Face up to reality. 

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4 hours ago, Jassu said:

Yes because threatening people online and insinuating they should commit suicide is very Sikh of you. 

It’s the truth that a lot of our people are actually racist towards other groups all the time. I mean, it’s not overt and they don’t go around hurling racial abuses but there’s still slight racism that exists. Literally everyone knows this. Killing people over racial abuses doesn’t stop racism, people just become scared to overtly be racist. You now have racists who foster these thoughts in their minds more discreetly (which could eventually fester and create something truly ugly). Racism is usually a product of environment and learned behaviour (mostly because of parents and some online outlets where people learn things from). Even small bacche (2-3 years old) prefer children that look like them (there was a study). Get off the high horse and think normally for a second. 

People like YOU will never be a good SIKH no matter how hard you try because you start abusing people online for simply having a different opinion. People who are anti-caste yet go about deriding certain castes IQ and mannerisms all the time. Haha, so very Sikh, innit. Anonymity truly brings out the crazies. 

Stop getting so mad because I had a different opinion. He was an employee. Let’s say I worked at Starbucks and some lowlife came by calling me a slur (such as P*ki), I’d let management handle it. I’m not an absolute idi*t who can’t control herself. (Something which two posters on here have a hard time doing, apparently). 

Do you think white people read this and think ‘WOW, WHAT A BRAVE MAN’ no, they literally don’t care. White people also get bullied in ghetto areas all the time. Corey just ruined his own life because he couldn’t control himself. That’s literally what racists WANT you to do. They HATE when minorities do better than them, they hate when we rise up and become more respected and successful. Being a violent person who ruins his own life isn’t helping anybody, period.

It was a lynching reference stupid. 

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